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A New Development in the Facebook Like Button

Thursday, April 29, 2010 View Comments Comments (0)
Facebook is one of the most well-known social networking sites and is used by many churches and ministries to connect with members and visitors. Recently, Facebook has launched a new way for users to show they “like” what they see. An FB “like” button has started showing up on external blogs and news sites – such as CNN, ESPN, and so forth – and it operates the same as the button within Facebook.  If you want to show your approval of something on one of these sites, you simply click the “like” button. You can even add a note saying why you like it.
This change does also bring privacy concerns to mind, however. When you click “like” on an external site, your activity is published to your Facebook profile and to your friends’ news feeds. Also, as friends visit the site you “like,” they’ll see you’ve visited it too. So, if you don’t want to reveal this information, don’t click the button.


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